AUTHOR GUIDELINES

Article categories

Manuscripts must have clear objectives, conceptual, theoretical basis, and having insights with related for the analysis of forestry, range and wildlife management that arrive at beyond study area and study type. Manuscripts consist of research papers and reviews. Reviews can either be quantitative or qualitative. The article sends to email at (editor.ijfss@gmail.com).

           

MANUSCRIPT

  1. Research Paper

Cover Page:

Title page: It must be brief and relevant.

  • List of Authors
  • Institutional addresses
  • Email addresses for all authors &
  • Indicate the corresponding author

 

Abstract should not exceed 350 words.

Keywords four to seven keywords must be utilized which representing the article.

Introduction should be concise, to the point, and must explain clearly the objectives of the study by giving essential background in content to relevant literature.

Materials and Methods must clearly explain the materials used, the analytical techniques followed and procedures used for the data analysis. When using standard method, provide complete reference. 

Results and Discussion may be combined or separated. The results should be briefly documented. Appropriate statistical data should be given. Discussion must be developed understandably in a proper sequence and should cover the consequences not merely sum up the results.

Competing interests: All competing interests must be mentioned.

Funding: Sources of funding should be mentioned.

Authors' contributions: The contributions of each author to the manuscript should be specified.

Acknowledgements: Acknowledge anyone who contributed during research.

References: IJFS EndNote is available at the link (Link will be provided soon).

References in text:

Natural lands have been depleted (Altaf, 2010; Umair et al., 2013) and transformed into the agricultural lands during the last 10,000 years (Bouma and Droogers, 1998). However, the intensification of agricultural started at early of the twentieth century (Pimentel et al., 2004) and the scenario resulted in a conflict between humans and other animals (Henle et al., 2008). Although, the increased yields of agricultural lands and intensification of agriculture are the need of the day, at the same time the conservation of species is also equally important. Humans have invaded almost all types of ecosystems and their role in conservation can never be denied (Henle et al., 2008).

References at end:

Altaf, M. 2010. Ecology and Diversity of Birds of Head Qadirabad, Gujranwala, Pakistan. Thesis M.Phil. Department Wildlife and Ecology, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore.

Bouma, J., P. Droogers. 1998. A procedure to derive land quality indicators for sustainable agricultural production. Geoderma. 85: 103-110.

Henle, K., D. Alard, J. Clitherow, P. Cobb, L. Firbank, T. Kull, D. McCracken, R.F. Moritz, J. Niemelä, M. Rebane. 2008. Identifying and managing the conflicts between agriculture and biodiversity conservation in Europe–A review. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 124: 60-71.

Pimentel, D., B. Berger, D. Filiberto, M. Newton, B. Wolfe, E. Karabinakis, S. Clark, E. Poon, E. Abbett, S. Nandagopal. 2004. Water resources: agricultural and environmental issues. BioScience. 54: 909-918.

Umair, M., U. Ilyas, M. Altaf. 2013. Diversity and Ecology of Parthenium weeds ar head khanki, Pakistan. Lambert Academic Publishing.

  1. Review paper

The review paper should briefly write the aim, findings or purpose.